SPRING GLEN - Our loving brother, uncle and friend Albert Pavignano departed Oct. 5, 2005. Albert would have celebrated his 80th birthday October 26.
He was born Oct. 26, 1925.
Most of you would not know this remarkable man, but those of us who did were truly blessed.
He loved the outdoors, camping and fishing with the love of his life, Dorothy, and their companion dogs at Timber Canyon. Albert had a huge heart that reached out to all. He was a man who gave more than he received. This world of humans and animals will miss his gift.
Loved ones left behind include sister, Amelia Cook, Meridan, Idaho; nephew, Rich Cook (Valerie), Reno, Nev.; niece, Pam Pavignano Cook and Tyler, Meridan, Idaho; best friend, Brenda Pappas; and best companion, Snoopy. Preceded in death by wife, Dorothy Kirby Pavignano; parents, Joseph and Teresa; and brother, Charlie. Many beloved dogs and cats that will be waiting for Albert at Rainbow Bridge.
A good friend is the purest of all gifts, for it is a love that has no exchange of payment. Albert's love of animals and his support to the local Humane Society was ongoing. If you wish to make a donation in his honor: C.C. Humane Society, 395 North Center Street, Wellington, UT 84542.
BENNION - Lucile Houtz Harmon, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, passed away on Oct. 7, 2005 in Bennion.
She was born Jan. 30, 1913 in Mapleton to Austin Houtz and Martha Allan. She married L. Elroy Harmon on Sept. 26, 1935 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple.
She was an active member of the LDS Church throughout her life, and served faithfully as organist, Relief Society president and in many other positions. She spent her life in the service of others and was devoted to her family.
She is survived by nine of her 10 children: Darwin (Lura) of Midvale; Sherril (Irene) of Mesa, Ariz.; LaRue Reay (George) of Altamont; Thomas (Karen) of West Jordan; Wayne (Rita) of South Jordan; Mozelle Szymanski (Lon) of South Jordan; Dean (Marilyn) of West Valley City; O.J. (Janice) of West Valley City; and Joyce Livingston (Gary) of Las Vegas, Nev.; 48 grandchildren, 89 great-grandchildren, and two great-great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by husband; and daughter, Euleta Merrill. A special thanks to Kathleen Morris, Rita Iordanides, Rebecca Lindberg and Diana Doreton of Arbor Senior Care.
Services were at Bennion LDS 12th Ward on Monday, Oct. 10 under the direction of McDougal Funderal Home. Interment, Evergreen Cemetery, Springville.
He was born July 5, 1917 in Turkey, Texas to I.G. and Laura Coker Fillingim. He married Shirley Manuel on Jan. 17, 1943 in New Hampshire.
After his honorable discharge from the U.S. Coast Guard he returned to Texas A&M University to complete his degree. His passion for the preservation of natural resources through teaching agriculture classes and soil conservation service led him through Texas, South Dakota and Utah. He had a great love of the outdoors which he pursued through hiking, archeology, photography and travel. When at home he enjoyed music, square dancing and volunteering in the community. He was an active member of the First Presbyterian Church of Logan. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and friend. He will be dearly missed by all.
He and his wife have five children: Sandra Fillingim, Dawn (Jim) Jones, Talmadge (Frances) Fillingim, Lynn Fillingim (Rick) Martin, and Vaughan (Ana) Fillingim. He is also survived by one brother and two sisters, numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren and extended family. He was preceded in death by five brothers and one sister.
Funeral services will be held Sunday, Oct. 9, at 3 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church, 12 S. 200 West, Logan. Friends may call at the church one hour prior to services.
ELMO/BECKLEY, W.Va. - Inas Cave Williams, 85, of Beckley, W. Va., formerly of Elmo, passed away Sept. 28, 2005 at the home of her daughter following a long illness.
She was born Nov. 14, 1919 in Weston, Idaho, to the late Orvil F. and Birtie Stone Cave. Married George I. Williams Feb. 29, 1936 in Price; he died Jan. 25, 1992 after 55 years of marriage.
Inas was a loving wife, mother and grandmother. She enjoyed fishing, hunting, camping and working in her flower garden.
Those left to cherish her memory include her son, John Williams, Ferron; daughter, Darlene (Paul) Norris, Beckley, W. Va.; sister, Lucille Hopkins, Jackson, Tenn.; brothers, David Cave, Cheyenne, Wyo.; William "Bill" (Olympia) Cave, Wellington; daughters-in-law, JoAnn Williams, Cleveland; Sue Williams, Wellington; 19 grandchildren, 33 great-grandchildren and 17 great-great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by parents; sons, Irvin F. and Orvil G. Williams; grandsons, Russell, William, Orvil Le Williams; sisters, Mildred, Francis and Ruth; and brothers, Robert, Orvil and James Herbert Cave.
Memorial service Saturday, Oct. 15, 1 p.m. Mitchell Funeral Home. Interment, Price City Cemetery.
EAST CARBON - Angela Sanchez, age 64, passed away Oct. 5, 2005 at Castleview Hospital in Price.
She was born May 31, 1941 in Gallup, N.M., to Eugene V. and Paula Hernandez Sanchez.
Member of the Good Shepherd Catholic Church.
Longtime resident of East Carbon where she owned and operated "Ang's Sunny Bowl" for many years. Ang loved bowling, traveling to tournaments, and spending time with her family and a community of friends.
She is survived by brothers and sisters, Gilbert (Pauline) Sanchez, Salem; Veronica (Ramon) Santos, Maddera, Calif.; Linda (George) Mitchell, Price; Tim (Diane) Sanchez, Sunnyside; Jacob (Barbara) Compos, New Mexico; Gerald Sanchez, Dinosaur, Colo.; Marcia (Frank) Olivares, Maddera, Calif.; Gina Sanchez, Plymouth, Calif.; Pearl Lopez, Grand Junction, Colo.; and George (Mary) Sanchez, West Jordan. Preceded in death by parents; brother, Eloy Sanchez; and longtime friends, Vivian and Bob Seitz.
Funeral Mass was Monday, Oct. 10 at Good Shepherd Catholic Church in East Carbon. Vigil Service was at the church in East Carbon. Under the direction of Mitchell Funeral Home.
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